The Salvation Army is a 501(c)(3) organization. As a Salvation Army program, gifts to Project SHARE are tax-deductable.
Often donations are eligible for utility company matching, whether it is monthly or a one-time gift.
Most Georgians can enroll in monthly gift-giving through their power bill. Georgia Power customers can enroll here. Many of Georgia’s other power companies (EMCs and municipal utilities) offer enrollment, too; contact your local electric provider to ask if they are currently partnering with Project SHARE.
You can send a one-time gift by check to:
The Salvation Army Divisional HQ
P.O. Box 930188
Norcross, GA 30003-0188
Include your power company name and account number in the Memo field of your check and we will receive a matching gift from the power company if available.
You can give a monthly or one-time gift online through The Salvation Army’s online donation center. Have your power bill handy and type your info in the “Specific Use” box like this:
- [example] Specific Use: Project SHARE / Georgia Power acct#55443-22110
Your Donation Stays in Your County
Your gift, and any match that is available, will be made available for use locally. That’s “Neighbors Helping Neighbors” in action.